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EP. 111 | All-New DocPreneur Podcast | Interior Design | “If photos of your practice showed up on Facebook, would you be proud of them?”

The DocPreneur Podcast by CMT/The DPC Journal

“I highly recommend The Waiting Room Cure by Cheryl Janis to any healthcare practitioner! The book itself is a visual treat filled with exquisite examples of waiting room designs that serve as great inspiration. Cheryl breaks down the process of designing and decorating a waiting room into simple, clear steps, which makes it easy to understand and implement. This book is a must-have for any healthcare entrepreneur that wants to DIY their own patient-centered waiting room with confidence.” ~Dr. Judith Hong | Redwood Family Dermatology

Photo Credit: Cheryl Janis; Cheryl Janis Designs; San Francisco, CA 94107 cjanis@cheryljanisdesigns.com 415.569.8997; http://cheryljanisdesigns.com

LISTEN TO PODCAST “The Importance of Interior Design in BOUTIQUE MEDICINE” >>

By Michael Tetreault, Editor | The DocPreneur Podcast

DECEMBER/JANUARY 2017 | The DocPreneur Podcast | Atlanta, GA – In this interview we catch up with Cheryl Janis, CEO and Founder of Cheryl Janis Designs (www.cheryljanisdesigns.com) and she teaches healthcare entrepreneurs and Physicians of various specialties how to design their offices and turn them into deeply nurturing healing environments that keep patients delighted and referral business flourishing.

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Cheryl recently wrote a new book FOR DOCTORS as we like to say. “The Waiting Room Cure: The healthcare practitioner’s guide to transform the waiting room into a nurturing and highly-profitable referral magnet.” — GRAB 4 FREE SAMPLE CHAPTERS NOW – cheryljanisdesigns.com/the-waiting-room-cure-book/

Through all of her books, courses and workshops, Cheryl teaches you a very easy and fun holistic and evidence-based approach to design—one that evaluates the patient/client experience from the moment they walk through your door until the time they leave, and every step in between.

This patient-centered approach to design is so focused on the healing experience that patients themselves spontaneously spread the good word about their time spent at your private medical, dental, healthcare office or wellness business to family and friends and on social media. This happens so often that patients (and clients!) become your best marketing asset.

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She is the author of two healthcare design books:

1. The Color Cure: How to transform your healthcare office, clinic or treatment room into an oasis by choosing the perfect paint – Click Here …
2. The Waiting Room Cure: The healthcare practitioner’s guide to transform the waiting room into a nurturing and highly-profitable referral magnet – Click Here …


GRAB 4 FREE SAMPLE CHAPTERS NOW … Click Here … All New Book By CEO/Founder, Cheryl Janis …

WHAT’S INSIDE THE BOOK & What You’ll learn:

Intro: What I Know for Certain

  • + Studies show that patients associate waiting rooms with cozy furnishings and decor with higher quality of care. (p15)
  • + When you choose to make your patients’ first experience in your space an exceptional one, you’ll find your business growing without having to invest in complicated advertising campaigns. (p14)
  • + Why Baby Boomers and Millennials have an enormous influence on the design of your medical or healthcare office. (p16)

Chapter 1: My Road to Healthcare Interior Design

  • + How a car accident at age 17 (after I leaned over to kiss my boyfriend!) almost took my life and put me on my path to healthcare design. (p16)
  • + My long road to recovery left me with an acute awareness of the patient experience. (p25)
  • + How I was able to design offices with soothing colors, artwork that helped reduce pain and how you can, too. (p26)

Chapter 2: Am I Safe Here? Establishing a Culture of Caring

  • + Understanding how an outdated healthcare space can make your patients (and clients!) feel more anxious. (p36)
  • + Empathy, highly sensitive people and how they affect your business. (p39)
  • + A patient-centered design = less time lost to marketing plans, sleepless nights, and worries about how your business is going to thrive. (p42)

Listen to CMT/DPC Journal’s All-New Series On the Importance of Interior Design In Medicine … particularly, inside Membership Medicine offices of all types …

Chapter 3: Know Who You Serve

  • + How to find out exactly the type of client or patient you want to attract to your business. (p48)
  • + Three steps to learning who your current patient base is before designing a waiting room they love. (p49)
  • + Save money (and time!) by getting clear about the basic demographics of your patients. (p54)

LEARN MORE, and GET THE WAITING ROOM CURE BOOK HERE …cheryljanisdesigns.com/the-waiting-room-cure-book/

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